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gains and the playwright alfred yuri. >> my husband taught me how to run a car. i still remember everything he said so dent you just even think of... wait i see it. you're speeding. >> we ain't going over 19 miles an hour. >> i like to go under the speed limit. >> speed limit's 35 here. >> congressional hearings and "driving miss daisy" when we continue. every story needs a hero we can all root for. who beats the odds and comes out on top. but this isn't just a hollywood storyline. it's happening every day, all across america. every time a storefront opens. or the midnight oil is burned. or when someone chases a dream, not just a dollar. they are small business owners. so if you wanna root for a real hero, support small business. shop small. captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> rose: congressman peter king's hearings in washington. king, the new york republican and house homeland security committee chairman began the day by defending his inquiry and vowing to go on. >> let me make it clear today that i remain conv
valuable than finding a mentor. here's alfred edmond, jr., senior vice president and editor-at-large at "black enterprise." >> what you've heard is true-- the best teacher is not experience, it's other people's experience. that's why it's important for new entrepreneurs to effectively network with more established business owners. here's how: first, be genuinely curious about their business. look for ways to be supportive and helpful. if you are in the market for their services, consider becoming a customer. no one commands attention like a paying client. also, if there's a local chamber of commerce or other business group, become an active member. attend events such as the black enterprise entrepreneurs conference, where you can identify and connect with business mentors. use social media, especially twitter and linkedin, to connect with entrepreneurs you respect and admire. don't just promote yourself; go out of your way to share useful information, and to be supportive of their social media messages and agenda. the entrepreneurs you do this for will likely reciprocate, an
helps investigators solve real criminal cases at the alfred p. sloan new see you will. and that's your "early today" event of the day. >> good morning, everyone. all right. bill, thank you. >>> now here's a look at this morning's headlines in entertainment. bradley cooper took a step toward proven box office status will this weekend as his new film debuted in the number one spot. limitless took in $19 million for the win, but the box office itself is on a losing streak. year to date ticket sales are off 20%. the film "rango" held on to the second spot with more than $15 million. the alien invasion tale battle los angeles which many experts picked to win dropped nearly 60% from its audience of last weekend and falling to roughly $14.5 million. the lincoln lawyer played slightly better than expected finishing fourth with $13.4 million. the alien road trip comedy paul disappointed landing in fifth. and finally, let's go back to bradley cooper, please, just so we can look at him. people reports he's broken up with renee zellweger with several blogs linking him to sandra bullock and jessica
the establishment size of urban success. i think seeing the virtues of the idea flows saying alfred marshall was high that is not something that separates us. but i think i am less optimistic about his vision for competitiveness in the inner city and there was probably too much of an emphasis on the advantage relative to think of more game changing things to radically increase human capital in these areas. that is fundamental not trying to figure out low-volume added services with inner-city areas of how to provide the skills in connection to allow those areas to grow. then 80% of the book is saying is unrelated to michael porter score interest but certainly i share his enthusiasm and the value of connecting. >> the cover of your book has a picture of chicago? >> and stretched out. [laughter] and anybody who has been there lately know it looks amazing it is clean and parks downtown and skyscrapers than the census said they lost 200,000 people in the last 10 years which is more than they were expecting at the same time the ex urban counties away from chicago with fastest-growing in the countr
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of ideas flow and this is an old idea. alfred marshall was high on this idea 120 years ago. i'm less optimistic about his vision for competitiveness in the inner city. i think actually there was probably too much of an emphasis on what their current comparative advantage is relative to thinking of game-changing things and radically increase the human capital in areas. i think that's the fundamental thing. it's not figuring out how to do low value added services, but how to provide the skills and connections that enable the areas to grow. of course, there's a whole 80% of the book about things unrelated to mai coal porter's core interest, but certainly i share his enthew yasm for entrepreneurship and connecting with people in dense corridors. >> let's go over here. >> hi. the cover of your book has a picture of chicago, i think? >> it is, stretched out. >> anyone who been to chicago lately knows it looks amazing. it's clean, clean parks, and the census said chicago lost 200,000 people in the last 10 years, and at the same time, the exurban counties away from chicago were some of the f
had a radical prostectomy for cancer are at 40% to 50%. >> yes! >> reporter: alfred, who had prostate cancer surgery, was also in the viagra studies. >> i have an erection like i was 25 again. >> reporter: his wife, sheryl, says she appreciates viagra as much as he does. >> this pill is as much for the women as it is for the men because there are a tremendous amount of macho men in this country that would never admit that they may have a problem. and there are a lot of women that are walking away from a relationship saying, you know, what did i do wrong? should i tried this? should i have done this? when in reality, it wasn't exactly their fault. >> reporter: there is one group of men who should not take viagra. namely patients taking nitrate medication, such as nitroglycerine for angina. combined with viagra they could cause a drop in blood pressure. other than that, no serious adverse reactions have been reported with viagra. a very small percent of men have had minor side effects such as headaches, facial flushes and indigestion. the vast majority of men report no side effects. we
. his tome made it to the finals. >> this is a scene straight out of a alfred hitch cock movie. he was arrested with charges of negligent homicide after police found his decomposed body of his mother. they were looking for her to do a welfair check. he locked her in the room and never reported her death. >> just like the movie. >> and meanwhile, let's go ahead and switch around and take a look at what is going on in the weather. >> take a look at this. rescue crews in little falls, new jersey, pictured here. martha is from this neck of the woods in northern new jersey. they have had historic flooding out there and it continues. thankfully the rivers crest they are starting to recede. none theless. so much damage. >> look at the day ahead weatherwise. we have a big storm moving through portions of the tennessee and missouri valley. storm system extends down through the gulf coast of texas. current readings as we start daylight savings time. 40 in new york . 30 in cleveland . 36 in raleigh . 50s and 60 in the gulf coast . daytime highs. almost 80 in tampa. upper 70s on the gost coast
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